Every 100 g:
Sulfaquinoxaline Sodium ……… 12.0 g
Trimethoprim …………………… 4.0 g
Vitamin K3 (sodium bisulfite) …… 0.2 g
Sulfaquinoxaline belongs to the groups of sulfonamides; its combination with trimethoprim and vitamin K has a synergic effect. Indicated for the prophylaxis and treatment of intestinal and caecal coccidiosis in poultry. It is also effective against typhosis and avian cholera in chickens and turkeys.
Pouches containing 100, 500 and 1000 g
Chickens and turkeys
Antibacterial, anticoccidial plus vitamin K
In drinking water:
Chickens and turkeys: 1 kg every 1000 liters of water for 3 to 5 days, or according to the directions of the veterinarian.
Amounts per liter of water: Sulfaquinoxaline: 120 mg, Trimethoprim: 40 mg, Vitamin K3 (sodium bisulfite): 2 mg
Chickens and turkeys: 2 kg every 1000 kg (1 ton) of feed for 3 to 5 days, or according to the directions of the veterinarian.
Amounts per kg of feed: Sulfaquinoxaline: 240 mg, Trimethoprim: 80 mg, Vitamin K3 (sodium bisulfite): 4 mg
Note: One teaspoon is equivalent to approximately 2.5 g of SULFATRIM KContact Share Share